A Small & Intimate City Wedding In Winter

Please meet primary school teacher and internet business owner Andy, who wed on 14 December 2019 in Norwich.


The couple desired to make their intimate wedding cozy and welcoming for her 40 guests, developing a warm glow with a large number of sparkling fairy lights along with a rich, deep color pattern of burgundy and green.

The couple first met on a night out in Norwich and, seven years later, Andy proposed on the trip to New York.

"We met one another quite a few times before our first date. Things naturally progressed and after seven many years of being with Andy he proposed in my experience at a steak restaurant in New York."

"We got engaged around the 9th of April 2019 and we knew that we desired to get married at some point. Andy even mentioned in the speech how I paused when he inquired about as, in the words, I was totaling in the number of tea lights we'd need to decorate the venue!"

"Luckily, Dragon Hall had some availability before Christmas and I loved the thought of a Christmas wedding. After we finalized the date I became incredibly centered on planning a wedding within eight months."

To suit the December weather, Andy dressed inside a woolen navy suit from Norwich along with a burgundy tie, tying his try looking in with that from the bridesmaids, who wore burgundy bridesmaid dresses.

The traditional Christmas color pattern was the most wonderful foil for Sarah’s selection of gowns, a pure white gown. Simply cut around the A-line, its lightly-fitted bodice is adorned with era-inspired beads and crystals before flowing right into a full, layered tulle skirt that appears simply magical at Christmas time.

"I was built with a good idea of what I desired to wear before selecting my dress, something comfortable and never too figures hugging that I couldn't dance inside it later. I wanted my arms out and I hoped I find something having a little vintage nod. I loved the beaded top and also the A-line skirt. I loved my entire outfit from my nan's pearl earrings to my sister's borrowed burgundy coat – which I borrowed right before having our photos taken."

"After viewing Camilla's photographs on Instagram I knew that I wanted her to capture our day. I loved her relaxed type of photographer which for all of us was about enjoying your day with us and capturing organic moments instead of structured photography."

"She includes great energy and everyone has commented on her behalf beautiful photographs. I would fully recommend her to the bride."

The Hall looked much more magical as night fell, and would be a wonderful setting for any party, with music from the local band, Jonnie Jump. The couple danced the cold December night away.

"Nearly all brides say it's the very best day of their lives and for me this was true. I loved it from beginning to end and when I could everything over again, such as the planning then I would inside a heartbeat. Marrying Andy was easy and also the rest was all a pleasure to complete really. My sister, Alice, got engaged on Christmas Eve this season so I'm hoping I can help her."

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